I’ve been behaving badly lately.
Been eating-out almost every day for lunch. While Dennis makes me breakfast and has it waiting for me in the car as I leave each morning (love you), I am doing absolutely nothing to help out (unless you count prepping the coffee the night before). Dinner is a crapshoot as we are eating around 9pm every evening. Which means we are staying up late, watching tv because our tummies are still wide-awake.
I hate watching tv.
With a full tummy.
Before you get worried, don’t. Everything is going great in life and we aren’t trying to fill a void or anything like that. It’s just that… well… I’ve gotten in a rut. My taste buds are enjoying the taste sugar, salt, fat and it’s begging me to keep fueling its fire.
Ever get in a rut like this?
I’m a planner. A get-rid-of-chaos-clutter-distractions kind of gal but let’s face it. We’re all human. Some seem super-human but I’m not one of them. For me, if I am going to pursue a healthy and wholesome lifestyle, I need to plan and manage my time to get back on track. This morning I had time management on my mind while writing a blog post for my company’s website. I talked about focusing on what matters, cutting through the clutter, and the simple fact that time management helps you not waste time. It re-energized me.
Okay, right now. I’m declaring it. Yes, in front of everyone!
I am getting back into the time management game.
This is happening!
Prep breakfast as much as possible the night before.
Snacks don’t need to be over-complicated to be satisfying.
Outsmart the what’s-for-dinner dilemma by keeping key ingredients on hand.
Hellooooo Wednesday night Grocery Night.
Dinner guests? All it takes is a wee bit of thinking ahead.
Hold me accountable… please?
Eat well, my friends. Eat well.